Lamontt Bowens is an attorney in Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP’s Washington, D.C. office. He is a member of the Firm’s Client Outreach Department, where his focus is working with institutional investor clients regarding the Firm’s Portfolio Monitoring Program. He also practices complex securities, antitrust, and consumer fraud litigation and is currently a member of the team prosecuting a securities fraud case against Allergan (D.N.J.).
Lamontt began his career with Robbins Geller working in the mailroom. After his first year of law school, he worked as a summer associate with the Firm. Following his second year of law school, Lamontt completed a summer internship in the office of the San Diego County Public Defender, where he worked at the direction of his supervising attorneys representing indigent clients. During his last year of law school, Lamontt returned to Robbins Geller as a law clerk before becoming a staff attorney.
During law school, Lamontt served as vice president of the Black Law Students Association. He also earned a CALI Award for academic excellence in Torts II and taught law for a semester at Berkeley High School in Berkeley California, through his law school’s Street Law program. Lamontt completed his law school course work for graduation a semester early.
Lamontt earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration from University of Phoenix and his Juris Doctor degree from Golden Gate University School of Law.
- Institutional Investor Services
- Portfolio Monitoring Program®
- Golden Gate University School of Law, J.D., 2010
University of Phoenix, B.S., 2004
- District of Columbia